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Dunking on dumb-dumbs on social media is the new big thing -- with good reason. There's something objectively satisfying about slapping down some stupid Twitter bot that has its facts wrong. The thing is, sometimes the dumbness on social media comes from a famous person who's just uninformed.
And those are the moments that make social media worth keeping. Or at least less deserving of being burned to the ground.